Christmas celebration at Ruth Pfau Hospital



KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party Paramedics Association members and officials including Chairman Niaz Khakheli, Syed Munir Shah, Abdul Quyum Marwat, Sehar and others are displaying their letter of demands during the Christmas celebration at Ruth Pfau Hospital, here Sunday.

Imran Zakir

KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party Paramedics Association extended his warmest greetings to Christians Paramedic staff working in health care sector in Pakistan on the joyous occasion and commended the sincere efforts of the Christian community serving the ailing humanity without any discrimination.
The event was held on Saturday at the Compound of Dr. Ruth K. M. Pfau, formerly Civil Hospital Karachi to pay rich tribute to Christian staff. Speaking at the occasion, Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Paramedics Association, Niaz Khaskheli stressed on interfaith harmony and peaceful coexistence in the society, acknowledged the role of Christian brethren not only towards the creation of Pakistan but also for their contributions towards the progress of Health care sector.
Speaking to the audience he said that many members of the Christian community have either moved out of Karachi, after the vulnerable bloodshed happened in this city and some of them are too afraid to celebrate in public, and many are too fearful to even worship openly.
“The true message of our PPP leadership is to spread peace and love. Today, we are standing with Christian community and you people are witnessing that we resolved your issues on time whatever the complexity of your issues,” he added.
Even we demanded the COVID-19 stipend of uniform amount for all hospital staff who worked during the pandemic period.
The cake-cutting ceremony was also held .The event was attended by several eminent people, including religious peoples, Social workers, academia and members from the journalist community.


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